Graphic details

October 1 marks a big day for graphic narratives, zines and comics in Toronto – from Kate Beaton at the AGO to Canzine at the Toronto Reference library.

Nomenclature: New and Collected Poems

Renowned author, poet and filmmaker Dionne Brand brings together poems, both old and new, in her latest publication Nomenclature: New and Collected Poems. Learn more about it before the book’s launch at the AGO on September 14.

Burning Desiire

Live performance is back in AGO’s Walker Court, with the R&B stylings of Desiire.

Up in smoke

Judy Chicago returns to the AGO. Ahead of her AGO talk and Smoke Sculpture™ set for Sugar Beach this June, we connected with the trailblazing artist, educator and writer.


The 26th edition of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival kicks off May 1 – and it includes multiple AGO exhibitions.

Biennial hot picks

The Toronto Biennial of Art has arrived, bringing free art and programming to sites across the GTA. But where to start? Let us tell you.

A Caribbean Twist

In the third and final installment of Foodways, Toronto-based Chef La-toya Fagon joined AGO Executive Chef Renée Bellefeuille to discuss her love of Caribbean cuisine. 

Preserving language and identity

Miss Kristi Talbot chats about the importance of revitalizing Indigenous language and culture through a series of singing circles.

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